Nava Shoham’s colorful ketubahs beautifully express the sacredness and festiveness of the ketubah's role in the wedding ceremony. Her blend of traditional symbolism and themes with modern geometric forms result in outstanding and distinctive works of art.
Shoham served several years in the Israeli Air Force as a technical illustrator, and later graduated from a graphic and art college, specializing in fine art and calligraphy. After, she attended a high fashion institute where she experimented with mixed media. Later, she worked as an art director at a major publishing house and now, she uses all the skills she’s learned to hone her craft as a ketubah artist.